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Paul Jadin resigns from MadREP, criticizes Gov. Walker

Paul Jadin, president of the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) and former CEO at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC), resigned his $208,000-a-year position yesterday to join three other former state secretaries in publicly criticizing their former boss, Gov. Scott Walker.

October 2018

WARF loses $506M award on Apple appeal

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation will not receive $506 million from Apple Inc., after all.

October 2018

Meriter nurse charged in infant case

In a just-released report, Christopher M. Kaphaem, 43, is the suspended Meriter Newborn Intensive Care Unit nurse charged with abusing nine infants between March 2017 and February 2018.

September 2018

Tariffs could increase prices by 25%, say Madison bike sellers

The latest round of Trump administration tariffs went into effect Monday and the $200 billion tariffs on Chinese goods includes bicycles, which stands to affect Wisconsin bike companies like Trek, Pacific Cycle, Saris Cycling Group, and Planet Bike.

September 2018

4 injured, gunman dead in Middleton workplace shooting

Police and ambulances have been called to Esker Software at 1850 Deming Way in Middleton for an active shooter situation.

September 2018

Public comments welcome on state's Unemployment Insurance program

The Department of Workforce Development is encouraging the public to submit comments about Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance program during an open comment period.

September 2018

Jail to offer inmates tablet computers

The Dane County Sheriff’s Department has contracted with Telmate, to provide tablet computers to inmates in the Dane County Jail.

August 2018

IRS owes state $89 million in lawsuit

The State of Wisconsin will receive $89 million from the Internal Revenue Service as part of a legal settlement.

August 2018

Judge Doyle Square developer drops lawsuit against city

Chicago-based Beitler Real Estate Services has dropped its lawsuit against the city of Madison pertaining to the Judge Doyle Square project in downtown Madison without prejudice.

August 2018

Sun Prairie retailers sue for tax refunds

Claiming they were over-assessed, three big box retailers — Target Corp., Walmart, and Woodman’s — are seeking a refund on their taxes.

August 2018
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